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Decentralized clinical trials: Real world data for the healthcare industry

Revisit the sessions from Vitafoods Insights Digital Day - Clinical Trials 15-16 February

Consumers are increasingly looking for innovative solutions to health issues such as immunity, stress, sleep and more. This means a need for brand companies to invest in R&D and clinical trials, even as they look to optimize the speed to market and unique value proposition. But there are many challenges that traditional clinical trial development is posing in an increasingly digital and global world. In this video, Hannes Riemenschneider of analyze & realize reviews the benefits of Decentralized Clinical Trials (DCTs), including the use of virtual study sites, digital recruitment, and two case studies illustrating how DCTs achieved desired results.

  • What is a Decentralized Clinical Trial (DCT)? 
  • How do subjects interact with the digital components of DCTs? 
  • Understanding the current market challenges and the solutions offered by DCTs.  

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Hannes Riemenschneider
Project Manager Clinical Research, analyze & realize GmbH
 
After receiving a Master of Science in Medical Neurosciences from the Charité University Medicine Berlin, Hannes  joined the Contract Research Organization and innovation consultancy analyze & realize GmbH in early 2018. Since November 2020 he holds the position of a Clinical Research Project Manager and has developed strong expertise in the design and execution of hybrid and digital studies in Consumer Health Care.

 

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